County Executive Neall to tour Glen Burnie


County Executive Robert R. Neall will start a daylong tour of Glen Burnie tomorrow with an 8:30 a.m. coffee open to the community at the Glen Burnie Improvement Association.

His plans include observing intake procedures at the child protective services office of the Department of Social Services and attending a luncheon sponsored by the Northern Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce.

Mr. Neall also is scheduled to meet with a health evaluation team at Glen Burnie High School.

Other stops include several businesses and the Harundale Youth Center.

Cockeysville man robbed at gunpoint

A 35-year-old man was robbed Friday night by two men, one armed with a large-caliber handgun, who demanded money and the victim's wallet before pushing him to the ground, county police said.

William T. Pillsbury of Cockeysville told police he was walking south on Route 648, near the Interstate 97 overpass, about 7:50 p.m. when a gold and brown Mazda occupied by two men pulled up.

He said the passenger got out, pointed the gun at him and stole an undetermined amount of money before getting back in the car, which sped away.

Man injured in shooting sparked by argument

An argument between two county public works employees escalated into a shooting Friday night when the 36-year-old victim insulted the suspect, police said.

Terence Edwin Hudson, of the 100 block of Sunrise Lane in Glen Burnie, was visiting Arthur David Lambert, 59, at Mr. Lambert's home in the 8700 block of Waterford Road.

Police said the two were talking shortly before 9 p.m., when Mr. Hudson called Mr. Lambert "dumb."

Police said Mr. Hudson was shot in the left arm after Mr. Lambert got a handgun from his bedroom.

Mr. Lambert was charged with assault with intent to murder, use of a handgun in the commission of a felony, battery and reckless endangerment.

Mr. Hudson was taken by ambulance to Harbor Hospital Center, where he was in fair condition Saturday.

Equipment stolen from Glen Burnie High

Several rooms and offices at Glen Burnie High School were broken into Wednesday night or Thursday morning, with more than $2,500 in music equipment and computers reported stolen.

Teachers arriving at their rooms about 7:30 a.m. Thursday noticed the missing items. A police report says the school was open late for an event Wednesday.

Teacher Anthony Pidner reported that a window to the music room was broken and several items were missing, including a cash box containing $100. Items reported stolen include a VHS camcorder worth $900, several radios worth several hundred dollars, two classical guitars worth $500 and a computer monitor worth $200.


* Glen Burnie: Thieves forced open the side window of a 1993 Chevy Beretta parked in the Greentree Apartments Wednesday night and stole a gold and diamond wedding ring worth $600, a rope chain necklace worth $160, another ring worth $200 and a Coast Guard jacket worth $120.

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